During their time together, feuding sisters Geneva and Barbara have come a long way. Still, Iyanla hopes they can move past the miscommunications that caused their breakdown. Watch as they apologize to one another for past mistakes, and see how a foot-washing ceremony with Geneva's daughter Antoinette helps cleanse the negativity and clear a path for better relationships. Plus, get an update on how Geneva and Barbara are doing today.
It's a conflict decades in the making as Iyanla confronts sisters in total breakdown.
Iyanla is doing the work with Shannon, a 28-year-old crystal meth addict, and his family. Now, Shannon and his family are meeting face-to-face to expose the secrets that are feeding his addiction so the entire family can move forward and begin healing. Watch their emotional conversation.
Iyanla is in Chicago supporting Shannon, a 28-year-old crystal meth addict, who is on the path to sobriety. For years, Shannon's family has supported him financially, which Iyanla believes may have prevented him from taking responsibility and getting clean. Iyanla meets the family at their hotel in Chicago to help them see how they might be enabling him. Watch as Iyanla explains that Shannon is using crystal meth to cover up pain from his past, telling the family a hard truth about his addiction.
Shannon, who grew up in a middle-class suburb of Ohio, had his first experience with crystal meth at age 16. His habit worsened after he moved on his own to Chicago. Today, this 28-year-old student is battling a full-blown addiction. Watch as Iyanla gets to the root of Shannon's drug use and challenges him to get help.
In Chicago, Iyanla works with Shannon, a 28-year-old crystal meth addict whose drug abuse has led to high-risk behavior, three overdoses and a dim outlook for his future. Before Shannon can get back on track, however, Iyanla must convince him to come clean to himself and his family about the full extent of his addiction.
NFL player Terrell Owens' mother, Marilyn, was just 16 years old when she got pregnant after an affair with the married neighbor who lived across the street. Terrell didn't learn the truth about his father until he was 11, and says he never saw his parents come together for his benefit. Now is that time. Watch what happens when Iyanla gathers this family together to have an honest conversation about their feelings for the first time. Then, get an update on how Terrell is doing after his time with Iyanla.
Football star Terrell Owens says the dark color of his skin drew teasing from other kids at school and in his neighborhood when he was growing up. In this online exclusive, watch as Terrell opens up to Iyanla about his realization that he sought artificial love to compensate for feeling 'dark and ugly.'
After meeting Terrell Owens at his high school football field, Iyanla brings him into the locker room to talk about the play at hand: rebuilding his life and mastering the craft of manhood. See how Iyanla helps guide Terrell in this powerful exercise to the end zone he's been looking for.
Terrell Owens was once a record-breaking wide receiver in the NFL, but his tendency to showboat rubbed many the wrong way. Despite being in peak athletic condition, Terrell hasn't played a regular-season game since 2010 and says his world has been falling apart. To help Terrell rebuild his life, Iyanla meets him where it all started: his grandmother's home in Alexander City, Alabama. Watch as Terrell reflects on being raised by his grandmother and confesses that, even when others thought he was at his best, he was really sad and lonely.